Straight and Curved Stairlifts Near You

Mobility Specialties offers a comprehensive range of stairlift solutions tailored to your specific needs. Whether you’re looking for a stairlift for a straight or curved staircase, we provide both purchase and rental options. Our specialists are dedicated to understanding your requirements and suggesting the best stairlift models for you. We also offer in-home assessments and showroom visits to ensure you make an informed decision. Contact us today to explore our stairlift solutions and enhance your home accessibility.

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Leader in Home Stairlift Sales, Rentals, Installation & Service

Welcome to Mobility Specialties! We’re delighted to assist you in finding the perfect stairlift solution for your needs. Our team of experts will work with you to determine your requirements, funding options, and rental duration. Our goal is to help individuals with limited mobility maintain their independence by providing tailored solutions, including purchase, rental, new, used, or try-before-you-buy options.

We provide professional installation and user training to ensure a smooth and informative process. Plus, our aftercare is second to none – we offer the best warranties in the business and 7-day-a-week service, including after-hours support from our manufacturer-certified team of professional technicians.

Choose us for all your stairlift needs – we’re here to help you every step of the way.

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It is important that you have all the information and know all the options that are available for you.  We are here to ensure you are well informed and take care of you ever step of the way, including after your lift has been installed.


Is the stairlift installed on the wall or stairs?

The Stairlift is installed on the stairs.

A stairlift is a chair that runs on a track and fits directly to the treads of the stairs, and the stairlift motor pulls the stairlift along the tracks up and down the stairs. The stairlift tracks are fitted to the staircase treads using metal cleats. Depending on the stairlift model you choose, your stairlift will be controlled through a small toggle or joystick control that is positioned on the arm of the stairlift chair. To move the stairlift up or down the stairs you simply move the toggle or joystick.

The cost of a stairlift varies and is based on where it is being installed and whether the staircase is straight or curved. Typically, the cost of a straight stairlift starts at just over $3500.00 however, upgrades and deluxe options such as power swivel, power folding rails and other add-ons can add to the overall total cost.

A curved stairlift with no added options can start at just over $9500.00, and like a straight staircase, there are many different options available with these units that can change the total cost of installation. The best way to get an accurate cost is for one of Mobility Specialties’s experienced stairlift representatives to come to your home and give you a no cost, no obligation quote.

March of Dimes provides a wide array of support and services to people with physical disabilities all over Canada, including funding for mobility and assistive equipment. Visit the March of Dimes website for further information. Call us at +1 (905) 798-1853 for detailed information.

It all depends on the type of medical insurance plan that you have. Some insurance plans do pay for stairlifts. To find out whether or not your insurance company will cover a stairlift in your home, you should first obtain a quotation from us and then contact your insurance provider and see if they will cover a part or all of the cost of the stairlift based on the quote given to you by Mobility Specialties.

Depending on the configuration of the stairs at your home, and whether they are straight, or curved we will typically have your stairlift installed within a few hours however, if your home has multi-landings, and or multi-level situations, the installation can take up to 5-hours from start to finish.

Upon completion of installing your stairlift, Mobility Specialties’ s expert technicians will make sure that it is fully operational and functional and they will also demonstrate to you how the stairlift works, making sure that you are both knowledgeable and comfortable with operating the stairlift.

Stairlifts contain a set of 2 batteries. Typically, a set of batteries will last between four to six years depending on how much the stairlift is used and how well the unit is maintained as per the manufacturer’s guidelines. The owners-manual that comes with your stairlift explains the best practices for keeping the batteries and unit in top shape. However, if you do need the batteries replaced, Mobility Specialties keeps batteries in stock and can changeout your stairlift batteries quickly if they start to not hold a full-charge.

Absolutely not, the decision is in your hands. We offer a free survey so that we can learn more about your needs and the design of the home. From this, we can develop a greater understanding of what is actually required to make your life much more comfortable.

Yes. Stairlifts are available for rent.

No. The only evidence of your stairlift being installed after removal will be small holes where the stairlift was bolted to your stair treads. These small holes have minimal appearance on carpet and can be patched with filler and stain on solid surfaces.

No. This fast and easy home accessibility solution simply plugs into your standard electrical outlets, saving you from extra electrical costs. Stairlifts are also dependable during a power outage by running on a constant charge back-up battery.

Stair lifts are installed right near the railing of your staircase. They take up as little as 13″ when folded and not in use.

There are actually no renovations required to install a stair lift! The stair lift tracks are mounted to the stair, and not the wall. No special power is needed and no restoration is required to remove the stair lift.

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